Mr Brauneck joined Prüfer & Partner in September 2016, and has been registered as a patent attorney since January 2021.
Before joining Prüfer & Partner, Mr Brauneck gained several years of professional experience as an engineer for vehicle and drivetrain development at TESIS DYNAware GmbH. There, he worked in several projects for BMW Efficient Dynamics. In particular, he was entrusted with the evaluation and development of several drivetrain concepts (conventional, pure electric and hybrid), the development of operating strategies for hybrid vehicles, the development of further drivetrain functionalities, the investigation of the effects of the newly introduced fuel consumption legislation (WLTP) and the preparation of driving performance and fuel consumption forecasts. This activity has meanwhile also resulted in a patent (DE 10 2017 207 554 B4).
Previously, he studied Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Munich with the focus on Vehicle Technology and Internal Combustion Engines and graduated as a Dipl.-Ing.. He focused in particular on vehicle dynamics and chassis technology. In addition, Mr Brauneck was able to deepen his expertise in the areas of automatic control, electric propulsion and transmission technology.
During his studies, he completed industrial internships at BMW AG, IAV GmbH and the Research Centre for Gears and Transmissions at the Technical University of Munich.